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Jens Laurson
by Jens Laurson | Oct 30, 2013

IF WE CONSTITUTIONAL fundamentalists ever triumph in the courts, the person to have whispering the reminder that all glory is fleeting would be Hendrik Hertzberg. A former chief speechwriter for President Carter and now a writer for the New Yorker,…

by Jens Laurson | Apr 30, 2013

Your Constitutional correspondent has rarely had such a fright, peering, as I was, from behind a sarcophagus in the Graveyard of the Democrats. It was the dead, so to speak, of night. The suspect was visible in the moonlight, opening…

by Jens Laurson | Mar 31, 2013

“Be careful!” a crony, Myron Magnet, fairly exclaimed when I mentioned to him, en passant at our club, that I was going to do a column on the doctrine of nullification. “Just be careful.” “But, but, but…” I said, “it’s…

It looks like we are going to see this year a campaign to restrict the right of Americans to keep and bear arms. It is going to be led by politicians racing to exploit the tragedy at Newtown, Connecticut, where 20…

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